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NNL: Ivorian Niambele Takes Charge At Vandrezzer FC

NNL: Ivorian Niambele Takes Charge At Vandrezzer FC

Vandrezzer Football Club have announced the appointment of Niambele Adama Mohamed as the club’s new head coach.

The Ivorian who holds a UEFA B License from Dansk Boldspil-Union (Denmark), has joined the Lions on a season-long contract that would see him lead the team in our new home in Akwa Ibom in the 2022/23 NNL season.

Coach Niambele began his playing career in Ivory Coast, featuring in his country’s u17 & u19 squad before he moved to Italy and Denmark where he enjoyed an outstanding playing career.

He kick-started his managerial career in 2012, taking charge at Thisted Fc in Denmark shortly after hanging up his boots as a defensive midfielder for Blokhus FC, Denmark.

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His appointment in Vandrezzer FC comes after a rigorous recruitment process that saw him oust several candidates interviewed for the same role as head coach.

And while speaking about his appointment as Vandrezzer’s manager and what he hopes to achieve with the club, Niambele said “I want to thank the Management of Vandrezzer FC for the trust reposed in me.

“I am excited to get the opportunity to lead such a big club and I look forward to winning titles with the club,” said Niambele.

As we prepare for the new season, we would work very hard to make the lion’s den a hard-hitting place for visiting teams as we play for maximum points,” he added.

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  • Would be interesting to watch

  • Dr. Drey 1 year ago

    “….His appointment in Vandrezzer FC comes after a rigorous recruitment process that saw him oust several candidates interviewed for the same role as head coach….”

    94 Squad members…..do you copy…?
    That is how people get jobs. No by crying on the pages of newspapers and spinning stories about skin colour.

    Submit your CVs (if at all yall have any), pass the screenings and every other competitive recruitment processes, come out tops and you’ll get a job.

    If you don’t get in Europe, you’ll get in the middle east. If you don’t get in the middle east you will get in Africa. If you don’t get in Africa you’ll get in one of the tiers of the Nigerian league. If you don’t get there just forget about coaching.

    The Super eagles job is not your birthrights. Coaching the SE is supposed to be the crowning glory of your coaching careers, not your entry-level job.

    • @Dr. Drey
      Thanks for your comment. I am always happy to read your comment. I only hope our ex-internationals have listening hears. They should make positive contributions that will help build a strong Nigeria National teams. I am back to the forum.

      • Dr. Drey 1 year ago

        You are very much welcome my Brother. You are highly appreciated.

  • Thank you Dr Drey…..Awon oledarun…..Small time they will be looking for handouts. Lazy slots

  • Collins Id 1 year ago

    I dont think mr pesero is better than Nigerian coaches, the man is not capable at all, gernot rohr is far better than pesero. Holiseh ,Salisu and finidi can give us glory, nff should support them. As you can see most nations are now depending on their indiginous coaches.

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